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Feb. l5, 1938.
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W. H. HILL
2,108,123
VEHICLE SIGNAL LIGHT
Filed Oct. 23, 1956
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Patented Feb. l5, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,108,123
VEHICLE SIGNAL LIGHT
Walter Hux Hill, Chicago, Ill.
Application October 23, 1936, Serial No. 107,132
1 Claim. (Cl. 177-329)
This invention relates to improvements in sig
nal lights for automobiles and more particularly
to a lamp arranged at the front end of the
vehicle, preferably attached to the radiator shield
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Means
are provided whereby the
from shields having the typical vertical bars
Whether such bars are disposed close together or
as a warning light for on-coming or crossing
spaced well apart.
traiîic, both vehicular and pedestrian.
The lamp is intended primarily to give warning
The driver of the. Vehicle is relieved of the
matter of attention to the signal as it is auto
to trañic of the intention of the driver, particu
larli1 at a crossing or right of way intersection, as
to whether ‘ne will stop his vehicle or continue in
his course. The lamp is adapted to be operated
simultaneously with the vehicle service brake
and if it is the intention of the driver to stop his
car the light will display a “Go” signal to the on
15 coming and transverse traffic and to pedestrians,
whereas the absence of this signal will denote
the intention of the driver to proceed.
The ordinary “stop” light at the rear of a
vehicle denotes the intention of the driver to all
20 traffic at his rear but it conveys no notice of his
intention to on-coming tran-lc or to trafñc to the
right or left, nor to pedestrians who may intend
to cross in front of the vehicle. It is the purpose
of this signal to remedy this condition and to
25 warn this traffic with a safety “Go” signal when
the driver intends to stop, thus permitting traffic
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designs.
bracket may be readily attached to`or removed .
to proceed with safety.
More specifically the invention consists in the
combination and arrangement of parts to be>
hereinafter fully set forth, pointed out in the
claim and illustrated in the accompanying
drawing which forms a part of this application
for patent and in which
Fig. l is a fragmentary view, partly in plan
35 and partly in elevation, oi a radiator and shield
therefor illustrating the application of the sig
nal light.
matically displayed as he applies the brakes. The
reference numeral I denotes the casing, prefer
ably wedge-shaped, the narrow end being the 10
front, the sides of the casing being provided with
the lenses 2 which are visible from the front of
the casing and from both sides thereof, each lens
having the word “Go” displayed thereupon and
the housing being provided with the usual lamp 3 15
energized from the battery 4 by the movement of
the service brake pedal 5 downwardly. A wire
6 connects the battery 4 to a conductor plate l
secured to the riser or inclined end of the. floor
board 8 adjacent to the brake pedal perforation 9. 20
A second conductor plate I0 arranged upon the
riser portion of the floor board upon the remote
side of the perforation 9 with relation to the
plate 'I is connected by the Wire Il to the lamp 3.
A longitudinally slotted Contact link I2 receives
a pin I3 through its slotted portion whereby it
is movab-ly connected to the shank of the brake
pedal, said link being pivotally connected to the
plate -I for contact with the plate I0 in the “on”
position of the brake pedal, this position being
denoted in dotted lines in Fig. 5 so that a circuit
is completed from the battery to the lamp
through the wire E, plate l, link I2, plate I!) and
wire I I to the lamp to energize the same.
A supporting bracket for the lamp casing in
cludes the angle pieces I3’ secured to the rear
end of the lamp casing and connected together
and adjustably connected to the inner ends of
Fig. 2 is a View of the signal in side elevation.
Figs. 3 and 4 are side and end views of a bolt
the substantially Y-shaped links I4 by the nut
40 employed in securing the signal lamp to the
being formed with elongated slots I1 through
radiator shield.
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary View of the vehicle il
lustrating the operating mechanism for the sig
nal.
Like reference characters denote correspond
ing parts throughout the several views.
The present signal includes a lamp casing pref
erably wedge-shaped, the narrow portion of the
web forming the front end of the casing so that
the lenses, located in the sides oi the same, are
visible alike from the front and from both sides.
oí the vehicle. The housing or casing is adjust
ably secured to the radiator shield by 'a bracket
of such construction that it is applicable to
55 radiator shields of a variety of sizes, shapes and
I5 and screw IG, the opposite end of said link 40
which the screws I8 extend, the heads of said
screws being elongated or quite narrow. The
width of the heads of the screws is such that
they may be passed between the vertical bars I9 45
of the shield, then turned at right angles to
said bars and passed through the slots in the
links I4 and the wing nuts 2Q then applied to
the threaded ends of the screw shanks to bind
these links ñrmly against the bars I9 to support 50
the bracket and lamp casing' ñrmly in position
between the same and the screw heads.
The
bracket is readily removed from the radiator
shield by loosening the nuts 20 and removing
the screws I8.
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While the foregoing is a preferred form of my
invention it is to be understood that the same is
capable of certain modifications and reñnements
such as logically fall within the scope of the
appended claim, all of which are reserved.
What is claimed isz
The combination with the vertical bars of the
radiator shield of an automobile, of a Wedge
shaped casing, lenses arranged in the sides of
1U said casing and provided with indicia, and a
bracket for adjustably securing said casing to
the vehicle, said bracket including angle pieces
secured to the rear end of said casing and con
nected together, Y-shaped links adjustably con~
nected to said angle pieces, said links being
formed with elongated slots in one end, screws
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having elongated heads for passage through said
slots and between the shield bars, and Wing' nuts
for said screws.
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WALTER HUX HILL.
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